Unsual behaviour Safari (even Chrome)

alfon_sico

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I can't find the way to solve this issue while navigate with Safari

I've proved clean history cache, turn off suggestions and other options but I can't get working well

It happens sometimes in the past but last week it happens so much often. It doesn't happen with every page.

iOS 9.3.1 and iPad Air 2

 
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ashindnile

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Which device is it? I think the RAM is a bottleneck for the way they've coded their website.
 

alfon_sico

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In deed is my brother device. I noted the same about time while loading the website, I've got iPad Air 1 and doesnt feel this way with that website never
 

alfon_sico

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I need to point a mistake: actually it's iPad Air 1

Another thing is that disabling JavaScript seems to work better

It's weird that mine with JavaScript and same website doesn't do that
 

C DM

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In deed is my brother device. I noted the same about time while loading the website, I've got iPad Air 1 and doesnt feel this way with that website never
I need to point a mistake: actually it's iPad Air 1

Another thing is that disabling JavaScript seems to work better

It's weird that mine with JavaScript and same website doesn't do that
So it happens on one iPad Air but not on another one?
 

alfon_sico

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So it happens on one iPad Air but not on another one?
Exactly
I do not have this behavior never but my brother have it lot of times

For the moment he has disabled JavaScript and seems it works
 

XTheLancerX

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Exactly
I do not have this behavior never but my brother have it lot of times

For the moment he has disabled JavaScript and seems it works
So iPad Air shows issues, iPad Air 2 does not.

I think it's RAM related, iPad Air has half the RAM of the Air 2 and it has been choking on low memory from the very moment it released with iOS 7. iOS 8 made it worse, iOS 9 may have taken its toll as well.
 

C DM

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So iPad Air shows issues, iPad Air 2 does not.

I think it's RAM related, iPad Air has half the RAM of the Air 2 and it has been choking on low memory from the very moment it released with iOS 7. iOS 8 made it worse, iOS 9 may have taken its toll as well.
Isn't it just two iPad Air (as in 1) devices? ;)
 

alfon_sico

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Solved. Disabled JavaScript and enabling again and runs great

Universal systems solutions for all the time. OFF-ON switch